Marta P. Nelson is an Environmental Scientist with Compliance Technologies, Inc. (CTI), a professional environmental, health, and safety services company serving the Midwest. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Geoscience from Southeast Missouri State University in 1995.
Ms. Nelson’s experience in the industrial marketplace includes diverse projects across the spectrum of environmental regulations. Regarding industrial properties, she is proficient at conducting environmental assessments and sampling at federal, commercial, industrial, and hazardous waste sites for transaction purposes. She has conducted numerous ASTM E1527-00 Business Risk and Voluntary Action Program (VAP) Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and Phase II subsurface investigations involving soil and ground water at environmentally tainted properties. Ms. Nelson is qualified in the preparation of Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) Plans, Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP), National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit applications, Permits to Install and Permits to Operate, and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permits.
Ms. Nelson’s experience in Health and Safety regulations includes industrial hygiene services such as personal and area air monitoring, compliance program plan preparation, hazardous material sampling, and construction safety oversight.
Ms. Nelson is licensed as a Certified Asbestos Hazard Evaluation Specialist (No. 34342) by the Ohio Department of Health.
Prior to joining Compliance Technologies, Inc. (CTI) in 2004, Ms. Nelson served as the Environmental Project Engineer at R.E. Warner & Associates, Inc. for eight years, where she managed Federal contracts with NASA and the Department of Labor. Additionally, she completed compliance plans for General Electric, Ford Motor Company, and Cargill De-Icing Technologies.
Ms. Nelson’s ongoing training includes Phase I Environmental Site Assessments through the American Society for Testing and Materials in 1999, OSHA 30-hour Construction Safety and Health training, OSHA 40-hour Hazardous Waste Health and Safety Operations, U. S. EPA Region V SPCC Planning Seminar in 2002, ODOT Categorical Exclusion Site Assessment Training in 2003, OSHA 10-hour General Industry Safety and Health training in 2005, Ohio EPA Hazardous Waste Reporting Workshop in 2005, and ASTM E2600 Vapor Encroachment Screening in 2011.